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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING


NameoftheSubject:STLD
Branch:III/IVEEEIISemester

NameoftheFaculty:B.BHARATHI

LectureDuration:50Min.
LessonPlan

Lectur
TopicsasperJNTU
Suggested
Topicstobecovered
PageNo
eNo.
syllabus
Book
UNITI:NUMBERSYSTEMS&CODES,BOOLEANALGEBRA&SWITHCHINGFUNCTIONS
Introduction
1
2
3,4
5
6,7
8

ComplementRepresnetation
BinaryArithmetic

IntroductiontoPhilosophyofNumber
systems
1'scomplement&2'scomplement
Addition,subration,multiplication,divis
ionofbinarynumbers
excesscodes,Binarycodes
ErrorcorrectingCodes,Detecting

T1,T2
T1
T1,T2

9
10
11

BinaryCodes
ErrorCodes
HammingCodes
FundamentalPostulates
BasicTheorems
SwitchingFuctions

12

CanonicalForms

TypesofConanicalForms

T1,T2

13

StandardForms

TypesofStandardForms

T1,T2

14

Algebraicsimplification

DigitalLogicGates

T1,T2

15,15

DifferentTypeofGates

Basicgates,Notgate

T1,T2

17

DifferentTypeofGates

PropertiesofXORgates,

T1,T2

Std.Deviation,Variance,Deviation,Range

DifferentPostulatesofBoolean
PropertiesandTheoremsofBoolean
DifferenttypesofSwitchingFuctions
usedinGates

T1,T2
T1,T2
T1.
T1
T1,T2
T1,T2

18
DifferentTypeofGates
UniversalGates,Realisation
T1,T2,R1
UNITII:MINIMIZATIONOFSWITCHINGFUCTIONS,COMBINATIONALLOGICDESIGN
19
20,21

Mapping
PrimeImplicants

22,23

Don'tCareCombinations

2425
26
27
28
29,30
31,32
33,34
35
36,37

MinimalForms

MethodsofMapMethods
DifferenttypesofPrimeImplicants,
SimpleProblems
MappingandDon'tcare
evaluation,problems
SOP&POSForms

PropertiesandRulesofTubular
methods
Tabularmethod
ImplicantChart,Simplification Properties,Rules,SimpleProblemson
charts
Rules
DesignofLogicgates
ConvectionalLogicGates
Coders
Encoders&DecodersDesign
Plexers

Multiplexers,Demultiplexers

ModularDesign

MUXrealisation,ParityBitGenerators

Converters
Realizations

CodeConverters
HaxardFreeRealisations

T1,T2,R1
T1,T2
T1,T2,R1
T1,T2,R1
T1,T2,R1
T1,T2,R1
T1,T2
T1,T2,R1
T2,R1,R2
T1,T2,R1
T1,T2,R2
T1,T2,R2

UNITIII:SEQUENTIALMACHINESFUNDAMENTALS
38

39,40
41,42
43

Introduction

Fundamentals
Flipflops
Flipflops

Basic Architectural distinctions


between combinational and
sequential circuits
Binary Cell,sequential machines
D-latch flip-flop, clocked T flip-flop
clocked J-K flip-flop,design of

remarks

T1
T1,T2
T1,T2,R2
T1,T2

BB
BB
BB
BB

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45

Conversions
Timing consideration

clocked flip flop


Conversions of one type tp another
flip-flop
Timing and clock-skew

T2,R1,R2
T2,R1

UNITIV:SEQUENTIALCIRCUITDESIGNANDANALYSIS
46

47,48
49

Classification

FlipFlops
TruthTables(FF)

50,51

SequentialCircuitDesign
52,53

ShiftCounters

Sequentialcircuits(Synchronous
,Asynchoronous,Pulsemode,Level
mode)
Basics,Types,TruthTables

T1,T2,R1

Triggering&ExcitationTables

T1,T2,R2

DesignofCircuitDesign,Sequentail
Detector
SerialBinaryAdder,ShiftCounters

T1,

T2,R2
T1,T2

DesignofaModuloNRing
T1,T2,R2
Design
UNITV:SEQUENTIALCIRCUITSANDALGORITHMICSTATEMACHINES
54

55

FiniteStateMachine

Capabilities&Limitaions

L1

56

Mealy&MooreModels

DesignCapabilities

L2

57

SpecifiedSequentialMachines

Minimization

PartitionTechniques

MethodsofPartition

mergermethods

ChartsinMergerMethods

L6,L7

ASM

BasicFeatures,simpleexamples

L1,L2

63

systemdesign

datapath&controlsubsystems

L3

64

ControlImplimentations

SimpleExamples

L4

65

WeighingMachine

examplesProblems

L5

66

BinaryMultipler

examplesProblems

L6

58,59
60
61,62

L3,L4
L5

TEXTBOOKS:
1T1:DIGITALDESIGNMorrisMano,3rdEdition,PHI
2T2.SwithchingTheoryandLogicDesignGodsey.

REFERENCES:
1R1:FundamentalsofLogicDesignAAnandKumar,2008.

R2:DigitalLogicApplicationsandDesignJohnMYarbrough,2006,ThomsnPublications.